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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 20, Number 4, April 2008

The Role of Neuroendocrinology in the Perinatal Period
pp. 417-418(2)
Authors: Douglas, A. J.; Ludwig, M.

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Copper and Iron Transport Across the Placenta: Regulation and Interactions
pp. 427-431(5)
Authors: McArdle, H. J.; Andersen, H. S.; Jones, H.; Gambling, L.

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The Placenta and Intrauterine Programming
pp. 439-450(12)
Authors: Fowden, A. L.; Forhead, A. J.; Coan, P. M.; Burton, G. J.

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Prenatal Alcohol Exposure: Foetal Programming, the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis and Sex Differences in Outcome
pp. 470-488(19)
Authors: Weinberg, J.; Sliwowska, J. H.; Lan, N.; Hellemans, K. G. C.

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Maternal Antenatal Anxiety and Amniotic Fluid Cortisol and Testosterone: Possible Implications for Foetal Programming
pp. 489-496(8)
Authors: Sarkar, P.; Bergman, K.; O’Connor, T. G.; Glover, V.

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Pregnancy-Induced Adaptation in the Neuroendocrine Control of Prolactin Secretion
pp. 497-507(11)
Authors: Grattan, David R.; Steyn, Frederik J.; Kokay, Ilona C.; Anderson, Greg M.; Bunn, Stephen J.

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Suppression of the Febrile Response in Late Gestation: Evidence, Mechanisms and Outcomes
pp. 508-514(7)
Authors: Mouihate, A.; Harré, E.-M.; Martin, S.; Pittman, Q. J.

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